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New technology for CO2 separation and capture from flue and process gases: chemical temperature swing adsorption technology (CTSA)

Objective

The Kyoto protocol commits the industrialised countries to cut their overall greenhouse gas emissions by 8% below the 1990 level in the period 2008-2012. The development of innovative solutions is imperative to help fossil fuel based energy producers (30% of the CO2 emissions in the atmosphere) or massive CO2 producer industries to be in accordance with these International regulations.

The objectives of the project are to develop and test a new technology called Chemical Temperature Swing Adsorption Technology (CTSA) for extraction of 90% of the CO2 from flue gases of power plants and various industries and recycling of this CO2 as a high purity gas in various industrial processes as for example manufacture of lubricants and vegetable greenhouse. The CTSA technology is based on a new solid sorbent, which will present a highly porous chemical compound entering into reversible chemical reaction with carbon dioxide.

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Call for proposal

2000/C 303/11
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Coordinator

CHEVRON ORONITE SA
Address
Rue Anatole France 79
Paris La Defense
France

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Participants (4)

ACIDE CARBONIQUE PUR S.A./N.V.
Belgium
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Dellestraat 55
Heusden,zolder

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LE GAZ INTEGRAL S.A.
France
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Avenue Lenine 100
Nanterre

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TECHNOGROW BV IO
Netherlands
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Schanseind 9
Made

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VEREIN ZUR FOERDERUNG DES TECHNOLOGIETRANSFERS AN DER HOCHSCHULE BREMERHAVEN E.V.
Germany
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An Der Karlstadt 10
Bremerhaven

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